Beause You are Snake

Beause You are Snake

by Yunizar Nassyam


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This book is a collection of seven stories. The cover story: rats are so unstable and easily consumed incitement; the snake swallowed whole all the food; owl has the heart without mercy; in such circumstances, the order will not last.

In addition to the fable, the book also contains six other stories: Empty Gift for My King, Horse Sends Its Master to Prison, King Ken's Games, Thrown from Story Land, Poor Fairy and Red Fruit, When Kriyeeek Attack Village

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781477504925
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/24/2012
Pages: 44
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.09(d)

About the Author

He came from Indonesia. They have a kids magazine named Bobo. It publishes fairy tale. This magazine publishes one million copies each month. He is the award winner of the Bobo magazine twice. In 2003 his fairy tale entitled "Kenapa Takut pada Raja" (Why Fear the King) won the Bobo annual story writing contest. In 2007, again, his fairy tale entitled "Perangkap Cermin" (The Mirror Trap) won second place in Bobo magazine's writing contest. When he was a teenager, they chose his short stories, and published in the "Our Heritage: 16 Modern Indonesian Stories", the English short story anthologies. He has worked as the editor of the kids magazine Ananda, from Indonesia well-known women's magazine group, Kartini.

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raraeuis21 More than 1 year ago
In this book the author gives us some interesting titles of fairy tales and fabel. On a story titled Because You are Snake, he tried to make the plot that the friendship between the snake and the mouse can be held, but still vulnerable. An owl was amused to see a strange relationship between a rat snake.An owl was amused to see a strange relationship between a rat snake. One day a mouse that caught a rock, helped by a snake. The mice are very grateful to the snake. So he gave food to the snake every night. The owl who lived not far from the snake pit, was disturbed by the sight. Of course he feels that way. Because of how predators might see another predator coexist safely with their prey.. With minimal disturbance, the vulnerability broke up the seeds of friendship between predator and prey. God stories. In addition to these fable, this anthology also presents some other interesting stories. The author was the winner of a contest to write a story a few times in his country.